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Old 12-05-2011, 04:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Shh! OpenSSH Secrets Here

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If you routinely use multiple computers, it can be a challenge to keep your data files organized and to manage multiple login IDs. OpenSSH can help you with those tasks. Its a powerful, secure tool that lets you share files without having to set up a file server, run applications remotely, and perform remote administration chores quickly and securely. You probably already know how to use OpenSSH for file transfers. Here well uncover some less well-known OpenSSH tricks that can make life easier for roaming computer users.



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